Investment plans back on NCH agenda

Naming rights on table as €50m sought

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
13th December, 2015
Simon Taylor, chief executive of the National Concert Hall Picture: Feargal Ward

The Harlem Gospel Choir, Rosanne Cash, The Gloaming and Glen Hansard may seem like unlikely musical bedfellows. But according to the chief executive of the National Concert Hall, there’s a good reason why he’s included all of them in the 2016 spring programme which he unveiled last week.

“There are still huge numbers of first-time attenders coming here. That tells me that there is an untapped audience out there that perhaps think...

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